June PlayStation Plus lineup includes includes basketball and dinosaurs

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Plus a Trek to Yomi

The PlayStation Plus monthly game lineup for June 2023 is out, and it’s got a strange mix of titles. Sports fans, archaeologists, and sword aficionados will all have something to look forward to in June, at the least.

For June 2023 PlayStation Plus is getting NBA 2K23, the most recent entry in the basketball series, for PlayStation 4 and PS5. Reviews on this particular entry seem medium-warm, though I’ll admit, I haven’t played some virtual hoops in quite a while. My go-to is NBA Street, personally. But if you want to play the modern-day, professional basketball, this a cheap way to try it out.

Otherwise, if you’re a bit more keen on dinosaurs, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is also on this month’s docket. These dinos (probably) can’t play basketball, but they can cause havoc for you and your parkgoers. Ever think you could run Jurassic Park and have it not turn into a terrifying mess? Well, this is your shot.

If you just want a cinematically inclined, action-driven story about a swordsman, Trek to Yomi can cover that. Following Hiroki, a blademaster who fails in his vow to protect the people he cares for, you can expect a lot of slicing and dicing in this 2D action-adventure game.

Of course, a new month means we see some old games depart. If they look appealing, make sure to get them before they’re gone. Here’s everything coming and going on the PlayStation Plus monthly lineup in June 2023. You’ve got until June 6 to lock them onto your account.

Coming to PlayStation Plus monthly games in June 2023

  • NBA 2K23 (PS4, Ps5)
  • Jurassic World Evolution 2 (PS4, PS5)
  • Trek to Yomi (PS4, PS5)

Leaving the PlayStation Plus monthly games on June 6

  • GRID Legends
  • Chivalry 2
  • Descenders

Eric Van Allen

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